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#
# aerc main configuration

[ui]
#
# Describes the format for each row in a mailbox view. This field is compatible
# with mutt's printf-like syntax. TODO: document properly
#
# Default:
index-format=%4C %Z %D %-17.17n %s

#
# See strftime(3)
#
# Default: %F %l:%M %p (ISO 8501 + 12 hour time)
timestamp-format=%F %l:%M %p

#
# Which headers to show when viewing an email.
#
# Default: From,To,Cc,Bcc,Subject,Date
show-headers=From,To,Cc,Bcc,Subject,Date

#
# The frames of animation to use in the UI for things that are still loading.
# Seperate each frame with a comma.
#
# Default: "[..]  , [..] ,  [..], [..] " (note extra spaces)
loading-frames=[..]  , [..] ,  [..], [..] 

#
# One of "on", "off", or "auto".
#
# Default: auto
render-account-tabs=auto

#
# Width of the sidebar, including the border.
#
# Default: 20
sidebar-width=20

#
# Height of the message preview, including the border.
#
# Default: 12
preview-height=12

[viewer]
#
# We can use different programs to display various kinds of email attachments.
# These programs will have the mail piped into them and are expected to output
# it ready to display on a terminal (you can include terminal control
# characters if you like, for colors and such). Emails will be stripped of
# non-printable characters before being piped into these commands, and will be
# encoded with UTF-8. These commands are invoked with sh and run
# non-interactively, and their output is piped into your pager command
# (interactively). The following environment variables will be set:
#
# $WIDTH: the width of the terminal window
# $HEIGHT: the height of the terminal window
# $MIMETYPE: the email's mimetype
#
# You can use * as a wildcard for any subtype of a given mimetype. When
# displaying a text/* message and no command matches, the message will just be
# piped directly into your pager (after being stripped of non-printable
# characters).

# Examples:
#
text/html=w3m -T text/html -cols $WIDTH -dump -o display_image=false -o display_link_number=true
text/*=fold -sw $WIDTH

#
# Default: less -r
pager=less -r

#
# If an email offers several versions (multipart), you can configure which
# mimetype to prefer. For example, this can be used to prefer plaintext over
# html emails.
#
# Default: text/plain,text/html
alternatives=text/plain,text/html

[lbinds]
#
# Binds are of the form <key sequence> = <command to run>
# To use '=' in a key sequence, substitute it with "Eq": "<Ctrl+Eq>"
# If you wish to bind #, you can wrap the key sequence in quotes: "#" = quit
#
# lbinds are bindings that take effect in the list view
# mbinds are bindings that take effect in the message view

[mbinds]
#
# Any key not bound is passed through to the sub-terminal.

[colors]
#
# Colors are configured in one of two ways:
#
# "foreground" or "background:foreground"
#
# You can specify colors according to the base 8 names:
# default, black, red, green, yellow, blue, magenta, cyan, white
#
# or you can use numbers for the 256 color palette,
# e.g. "127:118" (a particularly ugly combination FYI)
#
# Add one or more of the following characters to the beginning
# of the foreground color to add modifiers:
#
# * bold
# _ underline
# ^ reverse
#
# e.g. "default:_*^default" would reverse the default colors and
# with bold and underlined modifiers
borders=default:^default
loading-indicator=default:default

account-unselected=white:black
account-selected=default:default
account-error=red:black

folder-unselected=default:default
folder-selected=white:black

status-line=white:black
status-line-error=red:black

ex-line=default:default

message-list-selected=white:black
message-list-selected-unread=white:*black
message-list-unselected=default:default
message-list-unselected-unread=default:*default